Valence and Arousal Ratings for Velten Mood Induction Statements

@article{Jennings2000ValenceAA,
  title={Valence and Arousal Ratings for Velten Mood Induction Statements},
  author={P. Devereaux Jennings and Debra McGinnis and Stephen B. Lovejoy and Judy Stirling},
  journal={Motivation and Emotion},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={285-297}
}
Participants rated 84 statements adapted from Velten's original mood induction statements—designed to induce positive and negative mood—on two dimensions of emotion (valence and arousal), using the Self Assessment Manikin (SAM) (P. J. Lang, M. M. Bradley, & B. N. Cuthbert, 1999). Fifty-two of these Velten positive, negative, and neutral statements yielded SAM valence ratings that were consistent with Velten's previous valence designation (E. Velten, 1968). Reliability analyses for the positive… CONTINUE READING

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